The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 3, 1961 · Page 16
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 16

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, August 3, 1961
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f 'I I; B^Algona fla.) Upp«f DM MAfnftt triufidtty, August 3,1M1 ip..w_^^ J p^.^^_^^ Irf . J tL>,^ s ,_,. _ 1MJ . ^ rjt _ u ^_ , .. M ^t^.*»...,„„„....,.,.. " ia ,....._.T ..... ' _ size set MATTRESS AND BOX SPRING Famous SEALY Bedding $ 7888 SET AND $ 88 ' SET READ'S FURNITURE, INC. BEDDING SALE! Former Algonan Wed July 29 At Minneapolis Anita Hose, daughter of" Mrs Phil p Kohlhaas and the Jate ghlhp Kohlhaas, was married to Clifford Llvddalen of Mlnrieapo Us in a ceremony performed in the dhureh of the Incarnation July 29; with Father Rober Packard officiating at the double ring ceremony. The bride was given in marriage by her brother, Vernon Kohlhaas of Washington, D. C She wore a beige Italian silk street-length sheath with pink and beige accessories, A string of pearls, gift from the groom, was her only jewelry. Mrs Ddlt Brand, Clarion, attended her Sister. Howard Livedalen was his brother's best man. Ushers were Lee Hickey and Noel Johnson. A reception was held at Park Terrace with 60 guests registered. Therese. Hickey had charge of the,guest book. Arline Young gren and Marjorie Whallon pou ed. ' '. ••: ' i The couple will .live in Min neapolis. r A pre-nuptial dinner was,hel at the home of Mr and Mrs Wi Peterson. Those attending from Algona were Dr. and Mrs Kai Hoffman, Rose Scanlan and Mrs Bancroft Man Has Article In Medical Journal • . V fj>» •• I * * - Phil Kohlhaas. . . Large,Stock of REPLACEMENT On Hand ,'" Prompt Service At All Times Service Motors AvailabU For Emergency Use PRATT ELECTRIC CO. Wesjey Winner, Garrigan Grade School Tourney Wesley, paced by'the .pitching ahd hitting of Paul Goetz, chalked up a 6-1 victory Sunday afternoon at'Garrigan Field to ah- i nex the Garrigan Grade School Baseball Tournament title. The , tourney champs chalked up three wins in the meet to take- home,,;the ' trophy. They dumped Whittemore," 8-4, in the semi-finals Thursday evening a^ter getting 'pa'st the Algona Braves, ,2-1, in the first rou4d two days earlier. St. Joe got into the finals with a 3-0 win'over St. Benedict after getting a first-round bye. Kenne hurled for St. Joe. Goetz got the title game's longest hits, a pair of triples. Jim Dblan Jim Dolan, son of Mrs May Ella Dolan, Bancroft, has recent- y Won another scholarship foi he next academic year at the State University of Iowa. It is he Alice .Granger scholarshi] or tuition and fees. • He has also written a scientt fie article which appeared in the June issue of the Iowa State Medical Journal. He is at Iowa City where he is doing research in pediatrics the rest of the sum mer. (UDM Engraving) OTTOSEN Mrs Donald Usher Phone CY 4-4326 Swea Crazy Day 1 Friday, Aug. 11, will be a big day at .Swea. pity.. That's the d*\ when the Commercial Club wil sponsor Crazy Day — and bigger and crazier events than eve: held befojre are in the planning stage. Merchants will announce complete Dlans at a later date. Algona, la SCRIPTO MARKING PENCILS. ••••••g lishing Co., phone CY 4-3535. Register for the FREE lancer car this week ! We are a part of the "KOSSUTH FAJR AUTO- RAMA" and you can register anytime for the free car to be given away at the Fair . . . just stop in at our store — no purchase necessary. Be sure to register every week — a winner every week until the Fair. AND REMEMBER ... LOW PRICES EVERYDAY AT THE EAST END ! • Open 7 Days a Week • Open Every night of the Week • Headquarters in Algona for fine potatoes, meats, Watermelons, etc. JUMBO SIZE WATERMELON YOUR CHOICE East End Grocery CORNER OF STATE & PHILLIPS ALGONA Mr and Mrs Antone Waechter, accompanied by Mr and Mrs 3 eter Dahlhauser of Whittempre, eft Thursday for Yellow Lake jodge in Wise, where they are visiting the Irvin Joynt family. Dr. and Mrs Donald Wehr- pann and family of Joliet, 111. rere Monday supper guests at ae home of his parents, Mr, ana Mrs W. H. Wehrspann. . Mr and Mrs Mike Frohling and amily called on her nephew, Brian McCullough at the hospital at Webster City Sunday. Mrs Magnus Bratland accompanied Mr and Mrs Richard Christiansen of Humboldt and Mr. and Mrs Harold Dale and Debbie of Dakota City to the Olson-Haugland family reunion at LuVerne, Minn. Sunday., Mr and Mrs Conley Daniel 01 Des Moines are parents of a son, Steven Conley born July 30. Mr and Mrs Loren Daniel are the paternal grandparents. , •<•'... Mr and . Mrs Albert Thorsen, Mrs W. E. Hundertmark and Howard Struthers attended the Struthers family reunion in Minnesota Sunday.' Mrs. Dale Struthers of Wesley was elected president and Mrs Albert Thorsen secretary. Mr and Mrs Chester Alme, Mr and Mrs Roger Madsen and Lori and Mr and Mrs Alfred Schultz and family attended a family picnic Sunday at tne Goraor. Blanchard home at Mason City The picnic was in honor of Mrs Maude Blanchard's eightieth birthday. Mrs Kermit Fowler came to the home of her daughter, Mrs Edgar Meyer at Algona July 22 where she remained until Wednesday when she came to her own home. She was hospitalized at Ft. Dodge from May 23 until July 22, recovering from burns, Wr and Mrs Roy Telford were Sunday morning visitors at the Fowlers and Mrs Clara Solberg and Oliver Christiansen were afternoon visitors. Mrs Sadie Hood of Chicago, a former neighbor of the Benkendorf's spent the week end at the Ed Benkendorf home. Mr and Mrs Merle Holt and Martha took Eleanor Movick and Rachel Holt to Ingham Lake Bible Camp Sunday. Picnic supper guests at the Merle Holts Saturday in honor of Dr and Mrs Donald Wehr- spann, Bill and Susan of Joliet, 111. were Mr and Mrs Glenn Jacobsen and Cynthia, Mr ana Mrs Loren Daniel, Mr and Mrs Lee Holt and family of Spencer, Mr and Mrs Dick Vander Woude of Arnolds Park, Mr and Mrs Bernard Jacobs of Bradgate, Margaret Holt, Mr and Mrs Paul Espinosa and family of Mason City and Mrs Hattie Daniel. Knul Oppedahl has finished his basic training at Lackland, Texas and is now getting special training in electronics. ^Mr and MfS^% /ffenary, Kenneth Trenary, Mr aha Mrs Bill Trenary and Dbyle'&nd Mr and Mrs Ralph Ougan. and • family were Sunday' eygrtlng 'guests in the Harold Becker, home in honor of Harold, .Seekers birthday. Mrs Elma .Mulligan of Bancroft and Dennis 1 * Mulligan of Boone were Sunday visitors in the Tom Trenary hotrte, -Barbara and Roger Dugan are spending a few days with their gra'ndpar- ents, Mr and Mrs Tom Trenary. Rev. and, Mrs Willis Phelps Barbara and Carol'o'f, Huxtpn Colo, arrived Friday,for an ex- ended visited in the Bernard and Chas. Phelps .home. .They will also visit other relatives.'ana riends. , * Mrs Effie Tyler and 'Mr .'and Ars Joe Nippert of Ciller, Nebr. vere Wednesday 'overnight uests in the Bernard Phelps ome. r Relatives here received-. Word from the Dell Fitch's, last week. Dell has been iU for some time and in the last few'days fie has been stricken with pneumonia and his condition is considered serious. ,' Mrs Mable, Reimers • of |Des Homes came Saturday , and is visiting in the home of her .sis', ter, Mrs Glen Zwiefel. She Win also visit her daughter, and family, the Melvin Ricks, in Titonka, her mother, Mrs Joe Gross in Burt and another sister^ Mrs Jake Smith of Burt. Mr and Mrs Merrill Z\viefel and family were Sunday * diriner guests in the Glen ZwlefeJ home, in honor of Merrill's bir,thdky. Mrs Merrill Zwiefel .just 'got home from another two we>k stay in the hospital. She is g>t- ting along as well as can be expected, ij Mr and Mrs Victor Fitch ana Judy called . at the CliffoW Young home Saturday evening. Mr and Mrs Milton SteVen and family were Saturday dinner guests in the Jay Steven home. The Milton Stevens'ana Jim Stevens of, Bancroft Were Saturday evening guests in 'the Jay Steven home.' in v^*i*<j.xv vit "**•' o'clock AM,; meliUi8n|d ftliipersonsii t?-X& Trwofa to appear, ahd any they^havl should hoi be ,„„„„,„;„ UIJU ai , lowed as attd fof ,the,;la$t.Wiil and Testament of,Md.deeeas ' Alma Pearson * By EliafebetS. BalbtfeftrAet Llnnan, Lynch & Siraub, ' Attarfteys ,• • '»?, lgofta» Iowa ,+fc.: ', led. » NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL STATE OF IOWA Kossuth County ss. IN DISTRICT COURT .No. 7931 March Term; • 1961 TO ALL WHOM IT MAY GONi , . 4 YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED, That an instrument Mf writing purporting to be the last Will and Testament of Princill J. Loss, Deceased, dated July : 193S, and Codicil attached thereto dated September 27, I960, having been this day filed, opened anc read, Monday the 14th day o August, 1961 is fixed for hearing Wall-hung Closet by KOHLER CALF A three legged heifer calf that is now three months old was born on the Bob Hannach farm near Belle PJaine. In all other respects it is a normal calf. ... Easy to clean! • 11 Easy to than around/ The smart new Cayuga wgter closet by Kohler make i cleaning bathroom floors easier, quicker. Solidly hung on buIIMn hangers, the Cayuga water closet saves space, gives any bathroom a "new look." Excellent for modernizing or new bathrooms, For a free estimate CAll CY 4.4240 ALGONA PLUMBING AND HEATING 311'/a E. Nebraska Algeria, Iq, .Science Shrinks Pfles New Way Without Surgery Stops Itch-Relieves Pain H»w Ywt M. T. f8ix«fel> _ V.. «u. ...n.. ... ***** How T*Hi, N. T. (8p*a*l> _ y er first time icience has found * n«w healing «ubstanc« with th« Mtoa- iihin« ability to ibrlak heraor- rboid», itop itching, and r«li«v« pain — without surgery. In case alter case, while gently relieving pain, actual reduction (chrialuge) took place. f 9 thorough that ««fferer» mad. Mtomghing «t«teaient» lii, «p haveceawdtobe.probleal* Toe aecret U , .ubstane. U now aanit T IN THE DISTRICT COUNT? AND FOR TO WHOM IT. MAY .CONGER^ Notice is hereby given, 'that th undersigned 'has! beeni^fipofatet and has qualified asjx&ititrlx o the esta,te of John late of KosSulth C Deceased/All pe manner Indebted t-.'eceas ed or hfe estate will hiake.paV menttotthe uridetsigriAi;'' ahd Oiose haying claims .agadnst. said decease^ or his estate, will-tore sent them in like Manner 1 and form as by flaw required, for allowance and payment. «i this 25th day of July 1961. Delia Sandisigard 1 Executrix of said Estate. Max M. Hemingway, Attorney MC , *N6tni > dfsttifice ' of t, as may be ' t&eeutten l*fii 1ft h»«d, oti th« I8lh.«!flji ist iMi, at the ta>ntt'i6or suH'Motise m Ai88tts«'ih Siofejt^A. M.?'at said day,. «heft aiS i ..HSKv t toui|,flttenaflnie will fie tfiven by the •undersigned, asjeet this utH day o* July 1841, „ i 'Jtslpit' w. Lindhofsl, , , SftetiW Of Kosstlth Cbunty, Idwa .• ly jottHild M.jwoed, Deputy. lftna«,^:&Hch & Sttaub f t>laintlff's Attorney. A ,, (31-32) KOSSUTH COUNTY ' ' Notice is hereby given that bv vlr- 9n?» o£nn H p l ci . nl Execution. Sheriff's Sale, and Return Execution directed to me from the Clerk of the DlRtri7.t c ""rt of Kossuth County. Iowa? on° a f" d PJ>fnt rendered in iud Court on fmlVd a e y ra? f S^V^^I^an f mf a 'on. a corporation. 8 AJgona! low as niainuff, ana against Joseph P. Crow- -fiy and Marie D. Crowlev n* HafAM dants. for the .sum otmfflisSBSaLn 4 Mt« AU6, 4ih" ANDY COLL, & BAND SAT., AUG. Sth BOB., WHITE And His Orchestra TUBS., AUG. 8' 8 to 11 TEENS THE BOYAL ftHYTHMS Parenis FREE -^- Teens 7Sc THUH8« AUG. 10th The Most Explosive Force of Jasx COUNT. BAS1E And His Famous Oich. BALLROOM i Whlftemere, fdwtf , SUNDAY, AUG. 6 DON HOY SUNDAY, AUG. 13 ARTKIRMSE SUNDAY, AUG. 20 GUY DE LEO ;.. SUNDAY, AUG. 27 CLEM BRAU No Advance ' Booth Reservations Doors Open at 8:30 FUNERAL SERVICE Ambulance and Air Charter Algona CY 4-3731 Burt Phone 233 Ton get the happy taste of; 1 fresh, sun-ripened citraa. fruit in every bright > •.and bubbly sip. v, - t ri PICK UP A 6-PACK l COPVIUCHTIMI. THI laUIKT COHMI WHEN YOU LIVE TO BE ...YOU HAVE TO HAVE A FEW THINGS .. . '"' GOOD CIRCULATION -«d m r/'fVl w;*'i, -• '•?:.» ,r, V Ife^ • l ~-<M^^ r f "* ' 5 -* i ^ W i*f* l , «•* *i* *Sfe* ' * " * * * j/ «•*!?* y «H* i^feii i,?,. -« : ./- U' "i, •/. -" i M; > 'Vv^ J / '', " *»• v*^ v ,/•. ^;-)F : f)p •$ / •" 'C,t*""'j *i', l1Cs« r tK •f. i**-i» € ::•;,:; REAP BY OVig SfSOQfAMIUES tHpjj ESTABLISHED 1863 111 E, enllSt, Aliens, Iowa Phone 4-3535

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